Masters in International Relations on Campus Programs | Masters Degrees in International Relations Program Information
A Masters in International Relations on Campus degree may lead to potential career opportunities in negotiation and foreign policy. For those students who already have established careers, advancing your knowledge of international relations may offer a better understanding a geographic region that is central to your work, or be a stepping-stone to a PhD.
International relations, as an academic discipline, is a social science degree, and an interdisciplinary field that might incorporate business, history, economics, sociology, law, psychology and political science in the context of public or international policy.
Students are generally introduced to topics such as:
- Foreign policy
- Methods of Negotiation
Some programs allow students to personalize their degree by way of a specialization. Some of these might include:
- International Economics
- International Security/terrorism/conflict resolution
- Global Political theory
- International Business
- International Law